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<configuration>
<!-- Normal mode is test. To run just the commands and dump the output
to the log, set it to nocompare -->
<mode>test</mode>
<!-- Comparator types:
ExactComparator
SubstringComparator
RegexpComparator
TokenComparator
-->
<tests>
<!-- Tests for help -->
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: check if fs help message is shown</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>SubstringComparator</type>
<expected-output>Usage: hadoop fs [generic options]</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for ls</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help ls</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-ls \[-d\] \[-h\] \[-R\] \[&lt;path&gt; \.\.\.\]:( |\t)*List the contents that match the specified file pattern. If( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*path is not specified, the contents of /user/&lt;currentUser&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*path is not specified, the contents of /user/&lt;currentUser&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*will be listed. Directory entries are of the form( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*dirName \(full path\) &lt;dir&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*and file entries are of the form( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*fileName\(full path\) &lt;r n&gt; size( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*where n is the number of replicas specified for the file( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*and size is the size of the file, in bytes.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*-d\s+Directories are listed as plain files\.</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*-h\s+Formats the sizes of files in a human-readable fashion( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*rather than a number of bytes\.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*-R\s+Recursively list the contents of directories\.</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for lsr</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help lsr</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-lsr:\s+\(DEPRECATED\) Same as 'ls -R'</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for get</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help get</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
<!-- No cleanup -->
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-get( )*\[-ignoreCrc\]( )*\[-crc\]( )*&lt;src&gt; \.\.\. &lt;localdst&gt;:( |\t)*Copy files that match the file pattern &lt;src&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*to the local name.( )*&lt;src&gt; is kept.( )*When copying multiple,( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*files, the destination must be a directory.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for du</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help du</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-du \[-s\] \[-h\] &lt;path&gt; \.\.\.:\s+Show the amount of space, in bytes, used by the files that\s*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*match the specified file pattern. The following flags are optional:</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*-s\s*Rather than showing the size of each individual file that</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*matches the pattern, shows the total \(summary\) size.</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*-h\s*Formats the sizes of files in a human-readable fashion</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>\s*rather than a number of bytes.</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*Note that, even without the -s option, this only shows size summaries</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*one level deep into a directory.</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*The output is in the form </expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s*size\s+name\(full path\)\s*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for dus</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help dus</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-dus:\s+\(DEPRECATED\) Same as 'du -s'</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for count</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help count</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-count \[-q\] &lt;path&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Count the number of directories, files and bytes under the paths( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*that match the specified file pattern. The output columns are:( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*DIR_COUNT FILE_COUNT CONTENT_SIZE FILE_NAME or( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*QUOTA REMAINING_QUATA SPACE_QUOTA REMAINING_SPACE_QUOTA( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*DIR_COUNT FILE_COUNT CONTENT_SIZE FILE_NAME( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for mv</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help mv</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-mv &lt;src&gt; \.\.\. &lt;dst&gt;:( |\t)*Move files that match the specified file pattern &lt;src&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*to a destination &lt;dst&gt;. When moving multiple files, the( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*destination must be a directory.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for cp</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help cp</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-cp &lt;src&gt; \.\.\. &lt;dst&gt;:( |\t)*Copy files that match the file pattern &lt;src&gt; to a( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*destination. When copying multiple files, the destination( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*must be a directory.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for rm</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help rm</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-rm \[-f\] \[-r\|-R\] \[-skipTrash\] &lt;src&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Delete all files that match the specified file pattern.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*Equivalent to the Unix command "rm &lt;src&gt;"( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*-skipTrash option bypasses trash, if enabled, and immediately( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*deletes &lt;src&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s+-f\s+If the file does not exist, do not display a diagnostic</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s+message or modify the exit status to reflect an error\.</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^\s+-\[rR\]\s+Recursively deletes directories</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for rmdir</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help rmdir</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-rmdir \[--ignore-fail-on-non-empty\] &lt;dir&gt; \.\.\.:\s+Removes the directory entry specified by each directory argument,</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>\s+provided it is empty.</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for rmr</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help rmr</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-rmr:\s+\(DEPRECATED\) Same as 'rm -r'</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for put</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help put</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-put &lt;localsrc&gt; \.\.\. &lt;dst&gt;:\s+Copy files from the local file system</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*into fs.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for copyFromLocal</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help copyFromLocal</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-copyFromLocal &lt;localsrc&gt; \.\.\. &lt;dst&gt;:\s+Identical to the -put command\.</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for moveFromLocal</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help moveFromLocal</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-moveFromLocal &lt;localsrc&gt; \.\.\. &lt;dst&gt;:\s+Same as -put, except that the source is</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*deleted after it's copied.</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for get</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help get</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
<!-- No cleanup -->
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-get( )*\[-ignoreCrc\]( )*\[-crc\]( )*&lt;src&gt; \.\.\. &lt;localdst&gt;:( |\t)*Copy files that match the file pattern &lt;src&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*to the local name.( )*&lt;src&gt; is kept.( )*When copying multiple,( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*files, the destination must be a directory.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for getmerge</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help getmerge</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-getmerge \[-nl\] &lt;src&gt; &lt;localdst&gt;:( |\t)*Get all the files in the directories that( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*match the source file pattern and merge and sort them to only( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*one file on local fs. &lt;src&gt; is kept.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*-nl Add a newline character at the end of each file.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for cat</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help cat</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
<!-- No cleanup -->
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-cat \[-ignoreCrc\] &lt;src&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Fetch all files that match the file pattern &lt;src&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*and display their content on stdout.</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for checksum</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help checksum</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
<!-- No cleanup -->
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-checksum &lt;src&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Dump checksum information for files.*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for copyToLocal</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help copyToLocal</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-copyToLocal \[-ignoreCrc\] \[-crc\] &lt;src&gt; \.\.\. &lt;localdst&gt;:\s+Identical to the -get command.</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for moveToLocal</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help moveToLocal</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-moveToLocal &lt;src&gt; &lt;localdst&gt;:\s+Not implemented yet</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for mkdir</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help mkdir</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-mkdir \[-p\] &lt;path&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Create a directory in specified location.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>TokenComparator</type>
<expected-output>-p Do not fail if the directory already exists</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for setrep</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help setrep</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-setrep \[-R\] \[-w\] &lt;rep&gt; &lt;path/file&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Set the replication level of a file.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*The -R flag requests a recursive change of replication level( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*for an entire tree.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for touchz</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help touchz</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-touchz &lt;path&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Creates a file of zero length( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*at &lt;path&gt; with current time as the timestamp of that &lt;path&gt;.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*An error is returned if the file exists with non-zero length( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for test</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help test</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-test -\[defsz\] &lt;path&gt;:\sAnswer various questions about &lt;path&gt;, with result via exit status.</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*else, return 1.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for stat</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help stat</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-stat \[format\] &lt;path&gt; \.\.\.:( |\t)*Print statistics about the file/directory at &lt;path&gt;( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*in the specified format. Format accepts filesize in blocks \(%b\), group name of owner\(%g\),( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*filename \(%n\), block size \(%o\), replication \(%r\), user name of owner\(%u\), modification date \(%y, %Y\)( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for tail</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help tail</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-tail \[-f\] &lt;file&gt;:( |\t)+Show the last 1KB of the file.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*The -f option shows appended data as the file grows.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for chmod</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help chmod</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-chmod \[-R\] &lt;MODE\[,MODE\]... \| OCTALMODE&gt; PATH...:( |\t)*Changes permissions of a file.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*This works similar to shell's chmod with a few exceptions.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*-R( |\t)*modifies the files recursively. This is the only option( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*currently supported.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*MODE( |\t)*Mode is same as mode used for chmod shell command.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*Only letters recognized are 'rwxXt'. E.g. \+t,a\+r,g-w,\+rwx,o=r( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*OCTALMODE Mode specifed in 3 or 4 digits. If 4 digits, the first may( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*be 1 or 0 to turn the sticky bit on or off, respectively.( )*Unlike( |\t)*shell command, it is not possible to specify only part of the mode( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*E.g. 754 is same as u=rwx,g=rx,o=r( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*If none of 'augo' is specified, 'a' is assumed and unlike( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*shell command, no umask is applied.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for chown</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help chown</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-chown \[-R\] \[OWNER\]\[:\[GROUP\]\] PATH...:( |\t)*Changes owner and group of a file.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*This is similar to shell's chown with a few exceptions.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*-R( |\t)*modifies the files recursively. This is the only option( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*currently supported.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*If only owner or group is specified then only owner or( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*group is modified.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*The owner and group names may only cosists of digits, alphabet,( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*and any of '-_.@/' i.e. \[-_.@/a-zA-Z0-9\]. The names are case( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*sensitive.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*WARNING: Avoid using '.' to separate user name and group though( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*Linux allows it. If user names have dots in them and you are( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*using local file system, you might see surprising results since( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*shell command 'chown' is used for local files.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for chgrp</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help chgrp</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-chgrp \[-R\] GROUP PATH...:( |\t)*This is equivalent to -chown ... :GROUP ...( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
<test> <!-- TESTED -->
<description>help: help for help</description>
<test-commands>
<command>-help help</command>
</test-commands>
<cleanup-commands>
</cleanup-commands>
<comparators>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^-help \[cmd ...\]:( |\t)*Displays help for given command or all commands if none( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
<comparator>
<type>RegexpComparator</type>
<expected-output>^( |\t)*is specified.( )*</expected-output>
</comparator>
</comparators>
</test>
</tests>
</configuration>